Perfect gift for the fireman. These vintage drinking glasses each have a printed enamel pattern of a classic antique fire truck from early times. Each glass has Fire Fire Fire on it too. These are probably anchor Hocking but not positive. Each glass measures 5 5/8" tall and is in excellent condition. Graphics are bright and like new. Selling as a set.
International Silver vintage silver plated inflight dessert spoon Marked TWA. Measures 5 3/8" long and is in good vintage condition. 1950-s -60's era.
A great vintage necklace to accentuate your summer wardrobe. Red, White, and blue glass beads, alternating with gold plated sailboats and cork beads. Made in Portugal. Great for 4th of July too. Measures 30" when unclasped, end to end. Nice condition.
A great set of 4 drinking glasses made by Federal. Eight different antique automobiles showing two different cars on each glass. 1908 Ford / 1913 Chevrolet, a 1908 Buick / 1902 Autocar, a 1908 Stanley / 1909 Hudson, and a 1908 Maxwell / 1904 Studebaker. All grapics are bright and crisp, no fading or scratches or damages. Each measures 4 3/4" tall. Selling as a set.
Vintage turquoise blue glass ashtray, adrvertising souvenir for gas station & oil collectors or ashtray collectors. Chevron Logo. Red white and blue imprint. States: " CHEVRON Dealer CAL LARRY 1220 Broadway KE 3-9664". Measures 4" diameter. No chips or cracks. A little scratching on the blue chevron stripe, otherwise wonderful. I have another identical that I will be listing.
Vintage turquoise blue glass ashtray, adrvertising souvenir for gas station & oil collectors or ashtray collectors. Chevron Logo. Red white and blue imprint. States: " CHEVRON Dealer CAL LARRY 1220 Broadway KE 3-9664". Measures 4" diameter. No chips or cracks. A little flaking on the blue chevron stripe, otherwise wonderful. I have another identical that I will be listing.
All Items : Vehicles and Transportation : Cars and Trucks : Pre 1960 item #1094704 (stock #safn-2343)
A cute cartoon ashtray depicting two ladies driving. A humerous look at what happens as a woman driver runs (into) a red light. Made of glazed ceramic and measures 8 3/4" x 4", and has 2 cigarette rests. No name or sticker. Appears to be from the 1950's. Perfect condition.
A wonderful airlines collectible. This pretty turquoise blue glass ashtray with white imprint is from Kennedy airport. Says "SKY CHEF'S Astrojet room, Kennedy International Airport". Measures 4 1/8" wide. No chips or cracks. The white imprint is 95%. A light spot on the Kennedy airport area and the bottom ring. A simply wonderful addition to your airline memorabilia, or your vintage souvenir ashtrays.
This lovely decanter was produced by Jim Beam in 1963. It features a painting of Dutch sailing ships (in blue and a reddish hue) on the front and on the back an embossed windmill scene, and some refer to it as The Windmill Bottle. It is made of opaque glass, measures approximately 13 inches high. The bottle is beautiful, curvaceous and detailed,and in perfect condition, making a wonderful addition to any collection!
All Items : Vehicles and Transportation : Cars and Trucks : Pre 1970 item #1053553 (stock #safn-2012)
1926 Ford car Metal Coin Bank by Banthrico in USA.5.5" x 3.5" Very good condition with no damages and has original key and mechanism intact. Stamped on top of the car, Summit Savings.
Complete set, Locomotive, passenger car caboose, gift car, and trestle released in 1991 as part of four cars named the Claus & Co. Railroad. A fifth piece was a white ‘trestle’ to use for display under the set. All pieces are excellent and in their original boxes. Lots of fun for the little ones to see hanging on the tree or on display. Locomotive measures 1 5/8" x 2 ½"; passenger car is 1 3/4" by 2 ½; and the caboose (with Santa waving on the rear platform) is 1 3/4" x 2 1/8"...
A wonderful limited art print hand signed and numbered by the artis. Number 24 of 500. "Spanish Galleon" Professionally framed and matted. This great piece measures 22 x 28 overall measurement. Jim Campbell, well known nautical artist born in Detroit Michigan in 1928. In the course of his sailing ship research, he has become a historian as well. He revels in the telling of tales and debunking myths created by authors to suit their stories...